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D’octor’s orders: Court psychologist finds conservative clown Dinesh D’Souza ‘arrogant and intolerant’

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Conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza apparently misjudged the extent of his community service requirement following his conviction for campaign finance violations, the New York Post reported.

A federal judge informed D’Souza and his attorney, Ben Brafman on Monday that D’Souza must perform eight hours of community work a week during the entirety of his five-year probationary term. Brafman later indicated that the requirement was only in place during D’Souza’s eight-month stay at a halfway house.

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“We’re talking about five years of eight hours a week?” Brafman said during the meeting with Judge Richard Berman. “This is a very serious impediment to obtaining full-time employment because you miss one day of work a week.”

Brafman reportedly met with Berman while D’Souza listened in from California via speakerphone. The judge said he “never contemplated” limiting the documentarian’s community service to an eight-month term. He also read from a court psychologist report on D’Souza ordering him to continue seeing him weekly for weekly therapy sessions.

“The client tends to deny problems and isn’t very introspective,” the report read. “The client tends to deny problems and is arrogant and intolerant of others’ feelings.”

D’Souza pleaded guilty last September to illegally reimbursing two “straw donors” who contributed $10,000 apiece to Wendy Long’s unsuccessful Senate bid in 2012. D’Souza has since tried to compare himself to Martin Luther King, Jr.

Berman did rule that if D’Souza meets his community service requirement, he would be allowed to visit his mother in India and his daughter in London later this year.

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BUSTED: Cops fired for framing Stormy Daniels reportedly arrested on federal corruption charges

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On Tuesday, the Scioto Valley Guardian reported that two former Columbus police officers for the vice unit have been arrested on a number of federal charges.

Ex-Officers Steven Rosser and Whitney Lancaster are the same officers who allegedly conspired to frame porn star Stormy Daniels, who became a national name after suing to get out of a nondisclosure agreement negotiated by President Donald Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen to bury the story of Trump's sexual affair with her.

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Authorities searching for spring breakers who flew from Cabo on private plane with 28 COVID-19 victims

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Texas authorities are on the lookout for a group of spring breakers who returned from Cabo San Lucas testing positive for the coronavirus.

According to Alyssa Goard at KXAN News, public health officials announced Tuesday that about a week and a half ago, about 70 students in their 20's flew back to the United States on a chartered plane while others used commercial flights. There are 28 youth from the trip who have tested positive for COVID-19.

"Austin Public Health and UT Health Austin and University Health Services have made contact with every spring breaker onboard the plane using flight manifest from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The 28 confirmed cases are self-isolating at this time. Others are under quarantine while being monitored and tested. The Department of State Health Services has been notified.

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Never Trump conservative strategist punches back at Laura Ingraham for saying he’s ‘hoping for calamity’

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On Tuesday, Fox News host Laura Ingraham lashed out at former GOP strategist and Never Trump conservative Steve Schmidt for criticizing President Donald Trump's response to the coronavirus pandemic, accusing him of "hoping for calamity."

Another irrelevant NeverTrump former Republican “strategist” who sounds like he’s hoping for calamity. https://t.co/JrII3n4EkH

— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) March 31, 2020

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